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Worry Dolls

Two solo singers by nature, Rosie and Zoe met at Paul McCartney’s old school in Liverpool. Bonding initially due to having the same fiery red locks, they decided to join forces, and have been playing as Worry Dolls for nearly three years.

With a performance at Glastonbury Festival, a spin on BBC 6 Music and support slots for Joan Armatrading & Rachel Sermanni already ticked off on their ‘to do’ list, Worry Dolls have been making quick inroads into the London folk scene, self-releasing their first EP of quirky, indie folk in February, as well as a single, Oliver, for boutique label Folkroom Records.

Worry Dolls won't sing about love. Not directly, at least. It's their small statement against a worn down lyrical standard that is too often relied on when a writer has nothing new to say. It doesn't need to be groundbreaking, and it doesn't need to take itself too seriously (on 'Oliver' they sing about an infatuation with a West End drag queen), but it needs to be original, and have meaning, for them as much as you. In their short time as a duo, they’ve forged something substantially stronger than a hair colour match. A beautiful and captivating result.

Biog as provided for Dalston Christmas Market

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Dalston Christmas Market 2013
Sunday 01.12.2013
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